List of Tallest Buildings in Europe - Tallest Proposed European Skyscrapers

Tallest Proposed European Skyscrapers

This lists the tallest proposed or approved skyscrapers in Europe planned to rise over 140 metres (459 ft).

Name
City
Metres
Feet
Floors
Azerbaijan Tower Baku 1050 3,645 185
Russia Tower Moscow 612.2 2,009 118
Rotating tower of Belgrade Belgrade 480 ? 80
Crystal Island Moscow 450 1476 101
Millenium Tower Frankfurt 369 1211 97
Orco-Orbis Tower Warsaw 350 1148 75
Scandinavian Tower Malmö 325 1075 90
Tour Generali Paris 308 1011 56
Ipek Yolu Istanbul 300 984 60
Municipality Center Istanbul 298 978 60
Lilium Tower Warsaw 260 853 76
Palais Lumière - Venice Venice 250 820 ?
Porta Varsovia Warsaw 2x230 2x754 2x52
Il Milanone Milan 212 695 ~50
DPC Tower Istanbul 200 656 46
Shanghai Tower Liverpool 200 656 60
Sisli Tower Istanbul 195 640 60
Delta planet autokomanda Belgrade 192 630 30
UBS Tower Warsaw 188 617 50
Kaskada Tower Warsaw 181 594 57
Warsaw's Archdiocese Tower Warsaw 180 591 51
Malmö Tower Malmö 180 591 50
Regnum Tower Istanbul 180 591 38
Jewish Community Tower Warsaw 170 558 55
Kuršas Klaipėda 170 558 ?
King Edward Tower Liverpool 165 541 54
Torre Porta Susa FS Turin 162 531 ~40
Echo Tower Warsaw 155 509 42
PHN Tower Warsaw 150 492 48
New Milan City House Milan 150 492 ?
Torre Pantanedo Milan 150 492 ?
Milanofiori Sud Twin Towers Milan 150 492 ?
RVM Investments Tower Vilnius 150 492 ?
Luxist Residence Istanbul 150 492 42
Torre La Sagrera Barcelona 148 490 34
Torre Notarbartolo Palermo 144 492 35
Perpa Trade Center 1 Istanbul 143 469 42
Perpa Trade Center 2 Istanbul 143 469 42
Perpa Trade Center 3 Istanbul 143 469 42
Perpa Trade Center 4 Istanbul 143 469 42

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